Attachmate Reflection for IBM 2011 is an advanced, next-generation terminal emulator that supports the latest operating environments, including Windows 8, Windows 7, and popular virtualization platforms. This powerful emulator is designed with enhanced security capabilities to protect sensitive data and help you meet regulatory standards such as PCI DSS. It also includes new IT tools for finely-tuned customization control—all within a modern, user-friendly interface. With Reflection for IBM 2011, you get the time-saving flexibility you want, plus the robust security you can’t do without.
|What’s New in Reflection for IBM 2011?|
Windows-Based Terminal Emulation for IBM Mainframe and AS/400 Hosts
- Windows 8 Compatible, Compatible with Windows 7, Citrix Ready, and VMware Ready logos.
- Microsoft Ribbon and browser-like user interface modes.
- Bolstered security features designed to help you meet evolving PCI DSS requirements.
- Enhancements to the Reflection .NET API for creating more powerful applications.
- Updated Attachmate Customization Tool for more flexible configuration options.
With Reflection for IBM 2011, you can:
- Connect Windows users to applications on IBM (Mainframe and AS/400) hosts.
- Support modern operating environments like Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2012.
- Access legacy applications using Intel-based mobile devices running Windows 8.
- Connect to the host using major application virtualization platforms such as Microsoft App-V, VMware, and Citrix XenApp.
- Create flexible and powerful rules for protecting sensitive data on host screens and complying with PCI DSS requirements.
- Protect sensitive data in motion with updated SSL/TLS and SSH security protocols.
- Automate routine tasks using the familiar VBA platform.
- Run EXTRA! and Reflection session files, macros, and related HLLAPI applications.
Reflection for IBM 2011 runs smoothly on the platforms you employ today—and the ones you’ll be using tomorrow. (Click image to enlarge)
Reflection for IBM 2011 can mask data as it is being typed into host sessions. (Click image to enlarge)